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A new edition of a classic text, including insights into Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’.
An African perspective on Pope Francis’s understanding of what the church should be, called to mission in a wounded world.
Peter Phan reflects on how people can be genuinely religious if they live "interreligiously."
Leading ethicists from around the globe explore the ethical and moral challenges surrounding immigration, globalization, and the refugee crises.
An essential collection of primary documents, from Pope Leo XIII's encyclical Rerum Novarum (1891) through Vatican II and Pope Francis's encyclical Laudato Si' (2015).
Presents new and traditional environmental topics and analyzes the crucial decisions to be made in light of religious ethics.
Renowned scholars examine social, political, and cultural transformations of the past half century in theological context.
An ethical framework for the culture of encounter exhorted by Pope Francis, in an American context marked by rising individualism and divisiveness.
Approaches christology as formed through the eyes of the disciples of Jesus.
A selection of 33 essays by the 20th century spiritual master that provides a broad cross section of Merton's work as an essayist, collection pieces that reflect characteristic examples of his astonishing output and the fantastic breadth of his interests.
Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council, sixty scholars, clergy, and religious from all over Africa offer a new model and process for doing theology in the 21st century.
Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, SJ is a Jesuit priest who lives and works in Nairobi, Kenya. He is the author of Theology Brewed in an African Pot (Orbis 2008) and editor of Religion and Faith in Africa: Confessions of an Animist (Orbis 2018, Boston College Duffy Lecture Series).
A critical assessment of globalization by leading Catholic thinkers.
Through the lens of Christology, a new approach to the theology of religions.
Profiles successful faith-based organizations now at work internationally, nationally, and locally, and explores their theological and spiritual roots.
This book asks (and answers) an important question: How do we encourage and empower activists and scholars to work for environmental sustainability?
Reflects the many ways that women from around the world have borne witness to Jesus Christ in their own varied contexts.
On the 30th Anniversary of the U.S. Bishops’ pastoral letter on the economy, leading ethicists and theologians discuss the role, impact, and importance of public theology across the globe.
One of the most significant contributions of Latin America to the church and theology today.
A theological exploration of the need for Christian compassion in today's world.
Shows how the wisdom sayings and proverbs of Africa offer a new way to look at and understand the Christian mysteries.
Proposes an understanding of development in which the physical, social, and spiritual dimensions of life are seamlessly interrelated—and shows how it can be done.
A revised edition of the text that provides a theological reading of globalization and a global reading of theology.
Reveals the surprisingly contemporary relevance of the Book of the Apocalypse through a fascinating socio-historical reading of the text.
Seventy original and classic essays on peace and activism by Dorothy Day, Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Thomas Merton, Henri Nouwen, and many others.
Peter C. Phan continues his seminal series on Asian theology, here focusing on the challenge of mission and inculturation.
The searing memoir of Sister Dianna Ortiz, an American nun who was abducted and tortured in Guatemala.
A collection of the published work by Dorothy Day.
A provocative, international collection of essays that challenges current thinking on mission and the world Christian movement.
A compelling spiritual biography of Julian of Norwich, the English mystic whose Revelations are the first work of Christian theology in English.
Offers a comprehensive selection of works by the renowned ethicist, including previously unpublished lectures and spiritual writings.
Inspirational profiles of white Americans who fought against racial injustice at great risk.
Spanning seven decades, this treasury of letters between the famous brothers offers extraordinary insight into their social activism, civil disobedience, peacemaking efforts, and sharp critiques of American foreign policy.
Awakens a sense of wonder and awe and an ecological consciousness that will inspire commitment to the flourishing of the Earth community.
Examines how the notion of Christian supremacy in the United States has led to white supremacy and how appropriate educational strategies can foster healing.
The fascinating story of a lifetime in the service of Christ’s peace and of the extraordinary companions met along the way.
Revised and updated edition of the much-discussed text on the issues of Christian mission, wealth and poverty, in a rapidly changing church and world.
A fresh look at the life of Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement, with new information from her published letters and diaries, and illustrated with almost 200 photos.
The well-known Peruvian theologian reviews the Bible from the standpoint of the struggling poor offering new and challenging insights on its meaning today.
The Latin American Jesuit's essays on the challenge the poor and oppressed make to Christian faith.
Reviews three basic models of theology in Western Christianity: moral, mystical, pastoral.
An engaging meditation on how the fullness of being a Christian entails an embrace of creation.
A fascinating introduction to social justice by one of "the most effective teachers and preachers in the English-speaking world."
A probing introduction to the meaning and methods of Practical Theology.
An overview of Latina/o spiritualities today and the challenges that ethnic and spiritual diversity brings to Christian theology and ministry.
One of the world’s most creative theologians offers wide-ranging reflections on the role of the Holy Spirit in the birth of the cosmos, in the life of the church, and in the hopes and struggles of the poor.
An intimate biography of one of the most beloved spiritual voices of our time.
A profound exploration of the contemporary human condition.
A chronicle of faith and action through a decade of protest, idealism, and change.
Can the world change from a culture of domination to one of friendship? Can human nature evolve for the better? Yes, says philosopher Beatrice Bruteau: The Holy Thursday Revolution shows the way.
Writings and letters by the Austrian farmer who chose death rather than serve the Third Reich.
A black South African and a white American theologian explore the biblical and theological foundations of reconciliation in the post-apartheid context.
Drawing on lived experience and the spiritual traditions of both East and West young leaders of the new monastic movement introduce a new vision for contemplative life in the twenty-first century.
Shows how black Christianity can recover the true message of the gospel.
What does it mean to be embodiments of the Spirit of God on earth, and why is it so important to understand it?
How Christian revelation overcomes violence, mimesis, and scapegoating.
Prayers gathered from around the world by the Maryknoll family of Fathers, Brothers, Sisters, lay missioners, and supporters.
Addresses issues of racial justice in America and the Catholic Church, past and present.
Original writings by eight engaged scholars provide a fresh, ecumenical approach to systematic theology in a Latino/a voice.
The beloved spiritual writer is our guide in this unique retelling of the Gospels, beautifully illustrated with drawings of Rembrandt.
A surprising dialogue between two important contemporary Catholic thinkers: one a liberation theology, the other the head of the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
Offers a timely analysis for religious institutions seeking renewal and relevance while struggling with the challenges of aging memberships and diminishing numbers.
In this timely and compelling book, Kelly Brown Douglas (author, The Black Christ) examines the myths and narratives underlying a “stand-your-ground” culture.
Essays by the well-known liberation theologian on the church, Catholic social teaching, and evangelization.
An introduction to the Anabaptists.
Thomas Merton's letters to interfaith friends illuminate the great challenge of dialogue and communion.
A wonderful collection of inspirational ideas from great spiritual writers to enrich you every day of every year!
Hearts on Fire shows how—in their process of growth and conversion—the Maryknoll Sisters have made an indelible mark on the church and the world.
The inspiring story of the struggling peoples of the Smokey Mountain garbage dump in Manila, Philippines,and how, through their eyes, Father Benigno Beltran learned to read the Gospel anew.
For anyone engaged in or preparing for Christian service, here is an essential guide for deeper reflection.
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